Airport,
25 MINS

Minute 003: Color by Technicolor

August 03, 2016
MP3

Summary:

Credits continue

Even more of the ice melting fire trucks driving away from camera
NANCY ANN NELSON
DICK WINSLOW
LOU WAGNER
JANIS HANSEN
MARY JACKSON
SHELLY NOVACK
CHUCK DANIEL
CHARLES BREWER

A Northwest 727 takes off across the screen

DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: ERNEST LASZLO A.S.C.

A view of “Lincoln International Airport” from the parking lot

ART DIRECTORS:
ALEXANDER GOLITZEN   AND E. PRESTON AMES

SET DECORATIONS:
JACK D. MOORE
MICKEY S. MICHAELS

UNIT PRODUCTION MANAGER:
RAYMOND GOSNELL

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:
DONALD ROBERTS
A front loader hoists snow out of the parking lot while a driver wipes snow off his windsheld

FILM EDITOR
STUART GILMORE

SOUND
WALDON O. WATSON
DAVID H. MORIARITY
RONALD PIERCE

TECHNICAL ADVISORS
JOHN N DENEND – F.A.A. AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL
CAPTAIN LEE DANIELSON

MUSIC EDITOR
ARNOLD SCHWARZWALD

Another view of the “SA” parking lot being cleared of snow.

MAKE-UP
BUD WESTMORE

HAIR STYLIST
LARRY GERMAIN

SCRIPT SUPERVISOR
BETTY ABBOTT

COSMETICS BY
UNIVERSAL PICTURES PROFESSIONAL COSMETICS

SMPTE bug
Westrex logo
© MCMLXIX BY UNIVERSAL PICTURES
AND ROSS HUNTER PRODUCTIONS, INC.
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Telephoto shot of dozens of 60’s cars parked in a snow-covered lot, with travelers walking between the cars.

PRODUCED IN TODD-AO®
DEVELOPED BY
THE AMERICAN OPTICAL COMPANY
AND MAGNA

Same parking lot scene

COLOR BY TECHNICOLOR®

SPECIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC EFFECTS
FILM EFFECTS OF HOLLYWOOD
DON W. WEED
JAMES B. GORDON, A.S.C.

MPAA Logo Number 22114

Three snow-covered Fords in the parking lot as the streetlights begin to illuminate the scene.

COSTUMES BY EDITH HEAD

The same scene, with suitcase toting travelers walking toward their cars.

MUSIC COMPOSED AND CONDUCTED BY ALFRED NEWMAN

Lincoln International’s control tower, as night descends.

ASSOCIATE PRODUCER JACQUE MAPES

A toroidal radar dish rotates in the twilight sky

FROM THE NOVEL BY ARTHUR HAILEY

Six men seated at Lincoln Approach Control radar screens are busy at work.

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No characters are seen during this segment of the opening credits.

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